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  • Author:
    M. Dane Picard
  • ISBN:
    0412039419
  • ISBN13:
    978-0412039416
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    Springer; 1993 edition (June 24, 1993)
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    224 pages
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    Earth Sciences
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Picard writes wonderful tales about people and places and the geology that he has . Pages 3-9. Picard, M. Dane. Bibliographic Information. Mountains and Minerals/Rivers and Rocks. A Geologist’s Notes from the Field.

Picard writes wonderful tales about people and places and the geology that he has encountered along the way. His writings are filled with warmth and humour. who is curious about the earth and the processes which formed it, or who simply like to read a well written, entertaining book, will appreciate them. Geological Society Bulletin.

In this collection of essays, M. Dane (& Picard takes the reader on journeys across deserts, mountains, canyons, and rivers from the American Southwest to Italy and France. His blend of vivid description and humor evokes the rugged days of field petroleum geology in the Great Plains and pastel Badlands of Utah and Wyoming in the 1950s and later days unlocking the geological secrets of sandstone in the Rockies.

Picard (geology, U. of Utah) writes gracefully with wit and humility of geologizing from 1950 o. Mountains and Minerals/Rivers and Rocks: A Geologist's Notes from the Field.

Mountains and Minerals/Rivers and Rocks: A Geologist's Notes from the Field. 0412039419 (ISBN13: 9780412039416). Dane (& Picard takes the reader on journeys across deserts, mountains, canyons, and rivers from the American Southwest . Books related to Mountains and Minerals/Rivers and Rocks.

Publisher: Chapman & Hall.

In this collection of essays the author takes the reader on journeys across deserts, mountains, canyons, and rivers from the American Southwest to Italy and France. The oil patch: on the mountain. Wind River and riverton. The lady with red shoes. Walking the four corners. Appointments and reappointments. Bestowing glory in Lafayette. Publisher: Chapman & Hall.

The Boite river valley has eight distinct ski areas which are located in the lower-altitude snowfields and which are approached by cable cars. Dane (6 December 2012). Mountains and Minerals/Rivers and Rocks: A Geologist’s Notes from the Field. Cortina, as Italy's premier ski resort, has over 50 cable cars and lifts in this river valley. Castello di Botestagno was a medieval fort perched on a rock in the valley overlooking the Boite; little remains of it today. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 978-1-4684-6444-3.

Items related to Mountains and minerals, rivers and rocks. Mountains and minerals, rivers and rocks. ISBN 13: 9780412039416. In this collection of essays, M. Picard is the author of numerous professional articles and books, and has served as president of the National Association of Geology Teachers, the Society of Sedimentary Geology, and the Rocky Mountain section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.

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Mountains and Minerals, Rivers and Rocks : A Geologist's Notes from the Field.

In this collection of essays, M. Dane (`Duke') Picard takes the reader on journeys across deserts, mountains, canyons, and rivers from the American Southwest to Italy and France. His blend of vivid description and humor evokes the rugged days of field petroleum geology in the Great Plains and pastel Badlands of Utah and Wyoming in the 1950s and later days unlocking the geological secrets of sandstone in the Rockies.Along the way, he pokes gentle fun at the academic life in stories that will make anyone smile who's ever sat on a faculty committee or chaired a professional meeting. The final essays on his travels through Provence and Italy are rich with details of the beauty and the history - both human and geological - of the regions.M.D. Picard is the author of numerous professional articles and books, and has served as president of the National Association of Geology Teachers, the Society of Sedimentary Geology, and the Rocky Mountain section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists. He is well known to the geological community for the essays and book reviews he has published over the last ten years in geoscience journals and magazines.